The Ultimate Guide For Professional Organizers

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Start, run and grow an amazingly profitable professional organizing business!

Ultimate Guide for Professional OrganizersEverything you need to know to
start, manage and grow your
professional organizing business.

Ultimate Guide for
Professional Organizers

by Maria Gracia

Thursday, November 24

Dear friend,

You will be rewarded emotionally . . . and financially!

Do you have your own professional organizing business, or are you thinking of starting one? This field can be extremely rewarding, both emotionally and financially.

The Emotional Rewards: you’re about to help people change their lives for the better. As you help people get organized, you’re freeing them from clutter, stress, chaos and frustration. You’re helping them find more time for themselves and their families. You’re giving them pride in their surroundings. You’re making them happier people. You’re helping them reach their goals. What a wonderful feeling to be helping people achieve such wonderful things in their lives!

The Financial Rewards: you’re about to embark on an extremely profitable endeavor–one that can help you make anywhere from a few hundred extra dollars a month, to thousands and thousands of dollars a month! The financial rewards are especially gratifying, because they’re unlimited. There is no end to how much money you could make in this business.

You can start, and grow, this business on a shoe-string budget!

Starting and growing a professional organizing business doesn’t require lots of capital. It doesn’t require you to spend thousands on advertising. You don’t have to go out and buy expensive equipment. You don’t have to invest in any special training.

You basically have to have two things:

  1. a knack for helping people get organized and
  2. a desire to run your own successful business.

That’s it.

You could be making huge profits!

My company, Get Organized Now!, has been very profitable from the very first day we started in 1996.

In the beginning, I was conducting personal organizing sessions and workshops–actually going to homes and offices to help people organize their cupboards, file cabinets, closets, basements, desks and more.

I was making, on average, $2000 per month. At the time I thought, ‘Wow, $2000 a month on a business that I just started!’ I thought that was really amazing.

Actually, that was nothing compared to how financially successful my business has grown since then.

I quickly discovered you could really customize this business to your liking. You can simply conduct a few personal organizing sessions each month and do very well. Or you could do even better by adding workshops, consulting, writing a book, selling products–and even more!

The professional organizing field is one of those unlimited growth fields. You can take it to the financial level you choose.

For example, right now my sales are averaging $15,000 to $20,000 per month, and growing–and I still have plenty of time to spend with my family and friends, take long lunch breaks, go on vacation, enjoy my weekends without working, go to the movies, read my favorite magazines, take long walks and pretty much everything else I love to do.

Why am I telling you this? Because you could also be making a huge chunk of money, and enjoying the same carefree life that I have.

How can you make your sales soar?

Many people want to know how my company became so profitable, in such a short span of time. So, I basically met with people for $75 an hour and told them how I did it, and how they could do it too.

But time and geography limited the number of people I could actually share this information with. So I needed another solution.

I wanted to be able to share all of the discoveries I’ve made over the years, in a way that would be as cost-effective as possible for you.

I learned that while many people were willing to invest $75 per hour for me to consult with them, some people were not able to afford that kind of fee. And since my time was so valuable, I couldn’t afford to meet with people for less than that.

So, I thought and I thought. I really racked my brain to come up with a solution.

Suddenly, the light bulb went on–I could put all of my years of experience and knowledge into a comprehensive guide. And that’s just what I did. That’s when the Ultimate Guide for Professional Organizers was born.

 
You’ll benefit from my business experience!

To give you a little background on myself, I worked for 10 years with Dun and Bradstreet’s Nielsen Media Research in New York City as an organizing, marketing and management specialist. Throughout my tenure, I managed the data analysis department, worked with hundreds of television stations and advertising agencies, and developed effective, productive systems for my clients and staff.

In 1996, I moved to Wisconsin, and founded Get Organized Now! I have literally helped thousands of individuals and businesses get organized since then. In fact, my Get Organized Now! Web site is visited by nearly a million people per year, and I have close to 100,000 subscribers on my newsletter list

Just to name a few, I have appeared at, wrote for, or have been interviewed by hundreds of international, national and local media and organizations such as:

Everything I talk about in the Ultimate Guide for Professional Organizers is what I’ve used to grow my own business.

 
Here are just a few things you’ll discover,
in the Ultimate Guide For Professional Organizers

What is a professional organizer?

What does a professional organizer provide?

Do I need special certification?

What qualifications do I need?

What skills do I need?

Do I need a degree?

How do I choose my specialty?

What do I need to do to set up shop?

Do I need a computer?

What should I do as far as stationery, brochures, and business cards?

Do I need to rent office space?

Can I work out of my home?

What tools do I need upfront?

What is NAPO?

What is its purpose?

What are the benefits of joining?

What can I expect from this organization?

How much does it cost?

Will NAPO market my business for me?

What is Go Week?

How much money do I have to invest to get started?

What are the government requirements?

Do I need business insurance?

Do I need a license?

Do I need a special bank account?

Should I do this on my own, or should I team up with someone who has experience in the field?

How much money can I make?

Is there a big enough need in my market to sell my organizing services or products?

Is there lots of competition?

Should I get someone to invest in my business?

Should I take out a loan?

How do I price out a job?

What can I charge for hands-on assistance?

What can I charge for consulting?

How do I estimate how long it will take to do a job?

Should I charge an hourly fee, or a project fee?

Who pays for the supplies my clients need, and how exactly does that work?

Who pays for traveling costs?

Should I charge for my driving time?

Should I charge a deposit, and how much?

When should I get paid?

Should I offer a free consultation?

Can I do the free consultation over the telephone?

How do I conduct a Needs Analysis?

Do I need to offer a proposal?

How do I write a proposal?

What are some typical customer psychological situations I may have to work with?

How do I put the customer at ease?

What exactly does confidentiality means?

How do I turn down jobs I don’t want?

How much time must I invest to growing my business?

Can I get someone else to market for me?

How will I know if I am marketing effectively?

How do I determine an effective marketing strategy?

Why do I need prospects?

What methods do I use to attract them at the lowest cost?

How do I determine my target audience?

Should I offer coupons?

Do I have to spend money to grow my business?

Are there free ways to grow my business?

How do I write an effective ad?

Do I need a Yellow Pages ad? What should it say?

What should I have on my business cards and brochures?

Should I use door hangers?

How do I write an effective sales letter?

How do I determine if my advertising, and other marketing methods are working?

How can I use the media to my advantage?

What are some effective networking methods?

Should I write a newsletter and what should it include?

Do I need a Web site, and how do I go about making one for my business?

How do I promote my Web site?

What is an e-zine, and should I have one?

What type of content should I include on my site?

What are the costs involved?

How do I go about getting a speaking engagement?

What areas should I cover during a workshop?

Should I use promotional items like mugs, refrigerator magnets and pens?

What is a trade show?

Can I grow my business using this method?

How should I design my booth?

What should I hand out to attendees?

Should I hold a contest?

How do I convert prospects into customers? How long does it take?

How many customers can I expect in a year?

Should I follow up with prospects, how often should I do so, and what should I say?

How do I close a sale?

Should I guarantee my services, if so, to what degree?

How can I get customer testimonials?

What types of items should I collect in my portfolio?

Do I need a press kit? If so, what do I include?

How do I go about publishing my very own book, or tips booklet, or newsletter?

How do I create and sell a product?

What are some of my other opportunities?

How can I expand my services and/or product lines?

How can I get other people to sell for me?

In addition, you’ll also get
marketing pieces you can use
to get customers NOW!

newspaper ads

Yellow Pages ads

direct mail letter

news releases

door hanger

flyer

business card

info-pak

appointment getting gift certificate

postcards

referral card

PLUS, you’ll also get fill-in forms,
ready for you to copy and use!
You’ll find forms for:

Goals and Deadlines

Goals Vs Actual

Goals Progress Graph

Great Ideas

Master List

Daily To Do List

Daily Planner

Monthly Calendar

Daily Time Log

My Projects-Plans and Progress

Schedule for Generating Prospects

Referral Log

Prospect Report

Marketing Results Log

Prospect Data Sheet

Assessment Form

Customer Data Sheet

File Map

Meeting Notes

Meeting Agenda

Meeting Presentation Planner

Presentation Outline

Income and Expenses

Mileage Record

Books to Read

Notes